Animal Rights Activist Tops FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists List
Washington, DC –-(Ammoland.com)- Of all the extremist groups that could be listed in the FBI's Top Ten Terrorist the one that stands out is Animal Rights Activist Daniel Andreas San Diego.
San Diego was profiled on America's Most Wanted six times after his disappearance. In April, 2009, he was added to the FBI Most Wanted Terrorists List, sparking a global search for the suspect in Germany, Britain, Costa Rica, France, Spain, Denmark, Austria, Italy, the Czech Republic, Mexico, Argentina, the Philippines, and Chile. A reward of $250,000 has been offered by officials for information leading to his arrest, five times that of other animal rights activists.
San Diego is described as having ties to Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC) as a well-known San Francisco Bay Area animal rights activist organization. SHAC is an international campaign set up to close down Europe's largest animal testing laboratory, Huntingdon Life Sciences, a company that performed drug and chemical research experiments on animals. Before the related bombings SHAC targeted HLS customer Chiron and its employees with a series of actions, accusing them of being “puppy killers.”
A quick internet search leads to multiple articles explaining how the closely tied radical extremest groups like SHAC are to, so called, mainstream animal rights groups like PETA and HSUS.
Although Sportsmen can take comfort knowing that none on our side of the debate over conservation VS preservation feel they need to harm or potentially kill people to advance their beliefs, it is worth noting that the other-side has already taken extreme actions or at least endorsed them by association.
Know Thine Enemy
Sportsmen including Hunters, Trappers and Sporting Dog Owners should take notice of the seriousness of the threat to our traditions and the commitment of these radical groups to use deadly force to advance their cause.